IBM WebSphere Application Server is shipped as a component of IBM Business Services Fabric. Information about a security vulnerability, which affects IBM WebSphere Application Server, has been published in a security bulletin.
For vulnerability details, see the Security Bulletin: IBM HTTP Server CPU utilization (CVE-2014-0963) document for IBM WebSphere Application Server.
Affected Products and Versions
The problem affects the IBM HTTP Server component in IBM WebSphere Application Server that is bundled in WebSphere Process Business Services Fabric V7.0.x and WebSphere Process Business Services Fabric on z/OS V7.0.x.
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15 June 2018